Webroot SSO examples

The Webroot API provides a API call to obtain a unique https URL that allows Single Sign On based on the credentials passed to the API. This saves the user time as they do not need to enter in a password for the account, or even knowing what the password is. So long as the application or script calling the Webroot API knows the password, a unique URL will be obtained that can be fed into a browser. The Jupiter Server exposes the /service/api/console/gsm/{gsmKey}/webconsoleurl to make it easier for a developer to embed this in there applications in such a way that the client applications do not have access to the Webroot API credentials. 

Below are a couple of examples of using the Jupiter Server to get the unique URL for your Webroot console.